Stepchild Joe Sexton Snowboard – Product of the Week

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Stepchild Joe Sexton Pro Model Snowboard


The 2011 the Stepchild Joe Sexton Pro Model Snowboard is back and graphically louder than ever.  The high contrast graphics by Ryan Jones, a.k.a. Humanbuger, pop with so much vibrance you won’t need to jazz up your board with stickers.  The House has Joe Sexton pro model boards that are a little different that what other shops carry…16 of them are autographed by Joe!

Like ugly girlfriends, what really matters most, is on the inside.  The slightly cambered shape (almost flat) and medium flex rating offer enough pop to ollie onto down rails without the need of a wedge and proper support to keep you over the nose or tail without bucking yourself out of a press.

If you ride like Joe Sexton or want to be Joe Sexton this board is for you.  Now stop reading this and go Backside 3 the hardway onto a 30 stair triple kink.  Oh, and remember to get 5 angles for that double page spread while you’re at it.

Stepchild Joe Sexton Pro Model Snowboard Specs

Type:  Freestyle

Shape:  Twin

Profile:  Rocker

Flex:  Medium 4.5

Stance:  Centered 25″ Maximun

Sidewall:  Park Formula

Edge:   Radial

Core:  Kicker I (Poplar)

Fiberglass:  Biax

Additional Laminates:  Armadillo Plate

Base:  Snag Free  – Screened – Smooth “Soft Belt” Finish – Pre Waxed

Topsheet:  Non Stick UV Lacquer Coating

Art:  Ryan Jones “Humanburger”




  1. Lunkin’ With Joe Sexton November 23, 2011 at 4:34 am - Reply

  2. […] produced Joe’s first pro model snowboard and this year they’re doing it again.  The 2011 Stepchild Joe Sexton Snowboard was actually the staff top tips a week back…  32 Boots also released signature Joe Sexton […]

  3. Robin Alexander December 27, 2017 at 9:05 pm - Reply

    My son had this snowboard way back when and broken it. Where could I possibly find this

    • gufrocks
      gufrocks May 2, 2018 at 5:19 pm - Reply

      That’s a tough question to answer. The Joe Sexton Stepchild board is deadstock – Stepchild no longer manufacturers the board. You way want to reach out to a snowboard trader Facebook group.

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